It’s been a weekend of non-stop action in Gravenhurst and there’s still plenty more in store.
Saturday and Sunday the Gravenhurst Triathlon, hosted by Multisport Canada takes over the Muskoka Wharf area of Gravenhurst.
The event features a number of different races including sprint duathlon, sprint triathlon, international duathlon and Olympic triathlon, which consists of a 1500 m swim a 40 k bike and a 10k run.
The event also marks the first and only time passengers are allowed to jump from the Wenonah II. As in years past, the grand old steamship is the starting point for swimmers as they head for shore in the opening leg of the race.
You can check out all the results here.
Meanwhile on Gull Lake, the Muskoka Fall Classic sees rowers of all ages and skill levels competing for the coveted ‘Golden Honey Jar’, a 500g jar of locally produced honey.
Hosted by the Georgian Bay Rowing Club, the Muskoka Fall Classic is a 3km head race with a course marked by buoys every 250m.
This is the 9th edition of the Muskoka Fall Classic.
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